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Murano glass jewelry designer expands line with new Belts

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Apr '08
Hilary London, the leading designer of murano glass jewelry, announced the launch of Hilary London Accessories with a new collection of leather belts.

The Hilary London belt colors are black, saddle and sand and the buckles have one-of-a-kind murano glass pieces in array of colors. All of the buckles have gold and silver foil incorporated into the designs to remain true to Italian glass traditions.

“We wanted to expand and accessories were a natural progression. Our new collection of belts is a wonderful way to incorporate our murano glass into something that can compliment our jewelry and complete an outfit,” said Hilary Foster, creator and founder of the Hilary London collection. “I created designs that are modern in style and use unusual colors that work with all of our collections.”

Hilary London Belts are the ultimate accessory because they can be worn with any outfit. The all purpose width works with all styles and comes in two sizes: small/medium and medium/large. The retail price for the belts is $149.00.

Hilary London: A rare collection of Murano glass jewelry and accessories. Each item is designed to appeal to today's modern woman while retaining the beauty and traditions of Italy's storied past. Hilary London pieces can be found in thousands of boutique stores, department stores and resorts throughout the United States.

HL Home: HL Home is a unique collection of Murano glass servingware, barware, & home accessories.Made using centuries old techniques, each piece combines the art of Italian craftsmanship.

Products include hand blown pitchers, wine and cheese accessories and servingware. The HL Home collection can be found in many places including, Gump's, Wynn Las Vegas, as well as thousands of boutique stores throughout the United States.

Hilary London


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